The Florida news
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Title: The Florida news
Uniform Title: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George C. Powers & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 29, 1854
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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J chasms through which winds her path; of an earthquake; but the practiced ear of the muzzle if a beautiful little pocket piece,1 cognized the stripling soldier in the bronzed zle of I tho' "r sat rudely : s 1
: iiittiai.Wart { something must have befallen the child I the old soldier immediately recognized it. in a very uncomfortable proximity with the and stalwart officer, especially when jostled cos" a 'over ,. .
will po and peek her myself. Enteringthe as the tramp of cavalry. Alarmed by this bull-like. fcrjbead-gf his anUgwiW. ,The that officer w ta. th -livery of the Lated upon the &11 been I .1
-- : cabin he took the long barrcllad piece invAsion.of his wild dominion he immediately captain was Cow completely subdued and Iturbide. The fugitive then made a remark too late, tarana t>D'FsTe from socomplishiiig -''' .-
and JllnO. from"it place 0It the wall-ud was about to dispatched the family to the shelter amid his stammered apologies, and the abort Lleut Ortiz being thus engaged object, ft:cf honor. .
L sally forth in quest of his daughter; whena I of the cabin, while with the musket still in heart-felt thanks of Isidora., the young offi- in helping to annoy the friends of hU old from the h f deed
t'abftlldH M the trMMm MV, light form'was seen emerging from a thicket J his hand, he remained on guard at the por- cer led the whole family from the cabin, to commander, which called cp all her eloquence done. ao t.t w
let,.u41a the mint, at no great distance which he at once recognized tal.At the shelter of a tent that hd been erected in defence. She paid that fchU profession Recovering himself u BOOB u 1
Ia ofotm p aria, and diunond rare as that of the truant. Ii length but a few hundred yards distant according to his orders, for their accommo- was that of a soldier. that he served the captain sprang to his feet sns J' h
That ia the desert shine; Bounding along the path with the agility he behold a dark mass moving in the dation. the powers that were, but only let the the cause of his overthrow in the- young "
Yet take then all, the wealth of earth of a fawn and the grace Ira wood nymph twilight, and amid the gingling of bit and The captain was left to the enjoyment of sword of Victoria be unsheathed, and Ortiz j beauty to whom he had taken such a fancy j
In one grand tale combined the young girl soon joined the family circle, stirrup,heard a loud rough voice break the cabin with shame and rage for his companions would follow him to the death, in striking j on the preceding evening and upon WhO
lad who U there,would prize their worth where she was at once availed by tender 1 forth m the following strain of invective and ; while Gomez was permitted to join for the freedom of Mexico." She added account he had received such an humiliation
That of a single mind 1 reproaches from all for thus lingering at I inquiry."A his family free of all restraint save that "that the glens, cliffs, and chasms of the from the lieutenant. "Ha, this U fortunate
such an unseasonable hour. pretty scene for a rebel hunt-this acused by the presence of a sentry at the wild region around were well known to the indeed" he exclaimed, "both lore
U.Tbe' In her vcndication the maiden drew from wilderness, by my faith. Halloo there you door of the tent. young officer but that, with the present and revenge to be gratified at the same .
the miner grovel in the mineAllIamlllOO" the basket on her arm boquct of wild flow- Ortiz, ride up to the front and just repeat object of pursuit, and the brutal captainover moment. Fair maiden, u a.foe of the em- .
willing dare, crs.and threw the motet and fragrant fiats that charming fiction of your, concerning Ir. him. he would take shelter under the peror, found in the act of aiding and abetting .
Tho the direr cleave the ocean brine at her mother's feet, at the same time giving -I an open clearing for a bivouac forage for It was morning.) The crimon flush of most stupid ismorance." At length the his enemies,I arrest you and shall secure
To search the coral care; the following explanation. the beasts, and a roof for myself,here away. dawn on the frosted peaks of the Cordilleras fugitive said, "But you seem well informed you with the bonds of Cupid. Y w> .
lie win not find to rich a veinA "1 have often coveted this beautiful bush I Your talc was remarkably amusing, but had given place to the flame-like brilliance as to the motives of this young officer perhaps pretty one that your chJIDpt ..cau a
pearl M ranch a prize, of flowers which hung over the brink of, hardly in keeping with the dignity of one caused by the glancing of the sun rays. the friend of childhood is now the lover f'cei longer come so valiantly to,the rescue, t
At that which native to the brain, the torrent and at last was resolved to obtain who i is permitted to wear the imperial uni- Although the lofty crests were illuminatedby I and my fur messenger is to be his brideat so you may as well surrender at digs etron." .
So often hidden lies. it at any cost, so when returning; as ;t form." the beams of day, yet farther down the I no distant day' With this remark. Is- Perfectly nnintimidated the yqung girl ;
the sun had not yet gone down I thoughtI :I "And your conduct ecnor." exclaimed a slope amid the verdure of the forest and idora's eyes filled with tears. Alas I* she I stood before the exulting\ captalp,.and in
and lit.TV are the flowers should have plenty of time to accomplishthe i I voice with some acrimony, hardly in keeping mist of the chasms, the twilight Jet spreadits said Ortiz is full-blooded Castilian.a gallant his approach, he suddenly found a pointed
bright fragrant I Y'
enterprise and still reached homo in with your station, to accuse the second gloom.At soldier who could choose from the 1 Ibit of steel gleaming rather top near his
Bjr springtime given birth in season; I found the task more difficult-I I in command of this squadron of falsehood, this hour,half way up the rocky side highest and proudest of the land; but as j I I coward heart for comfort. Springing back .
To gem the fieldi and paint the bowers more dangerous then I had at I in the presence of all the men. The open of a precipice overlooking a misty chasm, I for me, the blood of a despised race flowsin I i with as much agility as he cou, i command, II
Of this our sunny earth| ed. Tying one end of my sash to a sapling | spot of which I spoke,we are already entering upon a table of rock formed by a projecting my veias." Affected by her emotion, I he drew h& sabre, and made most valiant
Yet, still their fragrance won will pall-0D and winding the other about my arm, 1 'i where any personal charges that Capt. crag,might be discerned a human figure I the fugitive took her hand and said Cheer I preparations for the combat. The robust
Their gorgeous hues depart dent over the precipice, and although my I j Villanueva may have to make against Lieut. standing out in the prey light, apparentlyas up maiden the blood of Castile is no purer r and powerful soldier actually mustered up. .
far the sweetest flowers of all brain whirled while suspended over the I Ortiz, can be given in private,and will be motionless and inanimate as a statue. A than that which flowed from the hearts of i i the courage for once to draw his sword ;
Are the flowers of the heart. boiling torrent beneath, secured my trophy, | received with the due consideration. ,I nearer view of that figure houever"ould i| those who once held the smiling valleys of'j i with some confidence... He was already advancing -
,.. and after this who can doubt my valor 1" | "Open in.-suLordination-rank mutiny,by show that it was lit up by a quick bright i j Mexico;cheer up for if Guadeloupe \ cto- j| to the attack when a crashing blow, .
Though Flora in a grand boqutt After chiding his daughter for her rashness I our lady."said the choleric leader,but somewhat .) eyes whose eagle glance leapt from hill tot ', rig lives, the subaltern officer will yet deem i I from an unseen hand sent burp reelarg like
the hues Gomez said But what of the mountain* cowered by the lieutenant's spirit or t glen to bush and rock, as if searching for it an honor to claim the hand of his friend t an ox stricken in the shambjgs. Thevoico :
i bould brighest
weave Spirit, had it accepted of our oflerin ?"' I pacified by the prospect of a speedy termination i some lurking danger. Apparently the i I! and preserver, for I, maiden I am GCABE- of Victoria then cxcjaimcdj} 'Sow, Isidora .
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That ever caught morning ray "Oh yes." was the answer, the basket of the day's march he suUcred the scrutiny of the surrounding scenery wag .i Etocpt VICTORIA.*' I the field is won-the path IS clear, yovi can 7j
Or drank the morning dews; hung empty upon the thorn bush. nut matter to droju I. satisfactory r the restless orb, ceasing itsoccupation j I| Isidora started back in awe at this dcnouemc&t. hasten back to the cattage."
There are those, fadeless in their bloom, father, who, or what is this spirit that From his outpost Gomez listened to this became fixed upon the rock beneath ''I She stood in the presence of the I IW! general I cannoT poor Ortiz
In richer tintingt dressed we arc feeding so asiidiously ? I should I colloquy, and readily made out the character it. while its owner became wrapped j::i: illustrious champion of Mexican freedom I j thus !"
Tbu'"otuD veiled by pinion gloom, think that the mist i-f the torrent were better of those who w ere about to be hi:7Ue&ts. I! either in profound meditation or fell into \!|! She then exclaimed: 'Well might my father j j I Very well, then ; the soldiers are returning -
Their arbor u the breasu drink, the odor of wild flowers better I A few moments brought the squadron: in j i listless n'|c. A litter place'for the eagle's i.I.I call thee the mountain spirit. for the mount j f[I cow for a bold game, one of the
T. food for such an airy embodiment, than the front of his door,' and with the command of eyrie, that bald and Idly era:. than for the in spirit is freedom itself; it rides the i. boldest ever attempted in the stormy life,
t: Then clear the rubbish from the brain- substantials with Which you daily send me "halt," a portly looking individual dressed j foot of a human being; aid now for a slight I.! winds,leaps in the tomtits,it mingle with I I of Guadeloupe Victoria.
Let in a of light, up the mountain.: I in the gorgeous uniform with which Itur description of its occupant. Save a mass of I: the air.aid is the very breath of the niow, Hack rushed the hounds ready to fastCA
the that there have lain Gomez shook his head with an air of profound bide was wont to deck his minions,descended matted hair falling from the crown to the ,! taro: children. their fangs upon any thing of life in their --
Upon gems mental mystery in answer to this sally, I or rather lumbered from the saddle of a i shoulders, there was no covering to they]|I At this moment her rhapsody was brokqn I course. The bloodshotye of the fir \ -
Mme in the night; I which was as much as to say how can a I Lc.autifuln alu,an.I I, head. A tattered honcho throw n across the ,, Ly the distant baying of hounds. monster was fixed upon Isido s, and he was,
Give earth the fragrance of each flower child like you be c\j ected to understand I The same obstreperous voice that Gomez !I ample cst and secured abut the waist by i| What, -o soon!" exclaimed Victoria coking the last leap toward the victim.
About the heart entwined, such things ? had first heard hi the distance,now saluted a buckskin girdle, comprised the only upper i ij "our pursuers are abroad early, we must I when the musket of Victoria descended
And claim that rich and peerless dower, Upon receiving such an atfactory answers the ears of the old soldier, ordering him to j j garments ; while buckakiu legrings andmoccasins. '1 begin to look fir a shelter." I I with a sweep httffc? the infurated crea-,
Comprised in heart and mind. w. K.c to her query, Isadora petulantly rejoined open his doors to such an illustrious guest I I .sadly the worse from too fre-i'I "Fly! General fly!" paid I,Mora.uandi I|I tore off into the abyss beneath and shatter-
: ".\h. my father, you arc always as before had never entered it ; also to has- :j I quent contact with jagged rock and obdurate -,! I will remain to battle the purc ueu. It is I If I ling it with the force of the \". A blow .
GUADELOUPE VICTORIA. treating me as a mere child; \\ho\v ill Lei ten the preparation of a meal befitting the I j I thorn/covtplcted the nether portion J I[.f tar foot;U! yet rush on the dews that ]} the barrel of the piece yet remaining In
TALK OF THE MEXICAN EMPIRE. eighteen i before the autumn rains begins to occasion. his raiment, I will lead the blood-hounds! higher. A child j I his hand sent the other hound lyyamipgi 1I
A fall. But I know what your mountain spirit But my family, Fenor-" I I With his body slightly bent forward tIle' of the mountain i by foot i ia sure and my |i I with pyo and rage back upon the Advancing
Amy at the base of the Cordilleras. fugitive But; no buts if you please,disloyal! rascal 'I equilibrium nrnintau.ed-by the support'of'' eye is steady; leave me then to mislead the I j squwi t .
winding amid their slopes by a littts \alley. I ,or you will feel the but of this pistol a long Spanish musket the muzzle of w ;jiichI pursuit I have the hope of;n escape, but i The moment that the squad reached the
haps.At i[lour your head" and the speaker drew an : ,ie The sun had gone down behind the hill. I these word the old soldier turned iI I elegantly mounted weapon from the h'lf J-Jfeter. : firmly; based upon the rock stool this fig- ; them to harm me." .'1 the body of their captain still lay yianimate,'
the evening shadows from the valley were pale and rising from his seat he approached I I;:'i ure. presenting a will yet dignified appearance. "\o. maiden, it shall not be said that i iGtu.Iil i it VA saluted by the Ipud and a thoritivo
i} t *"tloliat"L.1 aln..a.lwet with !1 Alas you hare seen him then.imprudent brought the muzzle of his nuuket to bear i j i! f.'r which you might search the world in girl and left her to the tender mercies of by the stentorian soldier-like command,
slew, it grateful flowers shedding their fragrance ': girl and you will thoughtlessly betray him 'j on the heart of the bravo, but he vas Midilenlv j,,! triu; to td a duplicate.' the llirPe animals howling: on her track,or I they almost unconsciously obeyed it. In a
i t upon the moistened air; while the ] when the elenth-hound bay* in this track; : restrained: by a low voice iu his ear i I I Suddenly a small fragment of rock was ; to the fiercer bcuiars that follow; I will remain fctmoments they were joined by tho re-
; bright plumed warbles of the topic had I I but no; you will never do that if you area 1 "forbear Gomez, forbear fur your sake, for ij i: detached from the precipice some hundred and defend! }:ou. You will please trip I mainder of their comrades,led by an officer
i i raised their day-son; and taken refuge beneath I daughter of mine for there is no treachery j i j Isidore's, and my own, submit to the tyrant I yards away, and went crashing into the I a shirt distance over youn/kr ledge to hula- with bandaged brow and bjood-itained face.
i their emerald domes. in the blood of Gomez." ,! with the best grace. you can." Turning to''I abyss bc-neat'u,ud I the tufts of bushes along i lead the! hounds and upon returning we Ortiz,1'' cried a gentle and joyous voice
In that wild and beautiful valley,nestling I Assuming a more serious air, idnra replied see who thus! audns;cdhim, Gi/inez beheld :,, the airy line: of the path were shaken by ioiaetling i, will both seek refuge in my sanctum." | and the next moment Isidora was enfolded .
down in the dim, soft twilight there was "y',u are right father. 1 will ncnr''!! a face not unfamiliar; he could not at once strrn tT than the gut fro m j j jI After doing as aho had been directed, i in Uis arms. ""What Isidora are you here !
warcely a mark denoting the presence of betray wince h ins jou acknowledge the tpirj :|[ recognize it, but he knew from the unit rra I ii I the clu"m. Housing Ir ia his li-t1ess atti- I Isi Inra followt Victoria, in scaling the Ah\ now I see you are in league with the
intruding man : and were it not for a small j I 1 it to be ; on the contrary were it your i i that it beloczed to the second in coir niaur.m.r li l.o, i i-y the aid of the buhes anti crags..1' fugitive," said the young officer, turning a .
group of Itunnn beings collected around the tvi>hh. I would die for him; now you are I of the squadron. A moment's reflect."n i' ixhiinl the helter of an.angle! of the rocks. j I They at l length reachc-1 an opening in the jealous glance upon the noble yet rough
porch of a half embowered cabin, it would await that I am not to be imposed ujxm by a ..,, convinced Lim that the sduce was judicious i i and bringing the muzzle! of his piece: to bear I i rock a few ret aboxe the table ujonwhich;' looking form of the outlaw, who stood
seem u though left holly to the dominion tale of chilIi.li superstition it uuy Jo very and friendly, and as soon as the musket upon the source of the intrusion awaited they Lad been standing. Drawing aside a. looking upon him with a calm, steady gaze.
of nature. well fur lidl'U.Vb" is but jtt young haL I. was brought to the gnvmd the captain, its devcrimf: eq'-ially ready should it !| bushy scorn from the cavity, they bqth.j For a uiouieut Ortiz proudly met that gaze
This group was thus an object more but not for me." The young/iii poke with who all the while had been almost paralyzedwith I pi-o\e i. hI ,'.e or man foe approaching. entered l it and I stood in quite a spacious and j with his own but suddenly he quailed tinder -
ly to fix the attention than the vane] phases the energy and dignity of a full eouled woman fear, eagerly gate orders to hate him !Iu a 1 1. :,' :' :::', :.ts another form emergidfroiti I dry! civcrn,lighted up by the fissures wf the j it:and starting back exclaimed tfhat! ':
of inanimate uitmv wh.ci. sure:'h n>i. i ..:,.I': '.* urj .-'*_ it. It wasconiic'i offi.urp.r v"1101., u.platteu| a k:,i njon her brow saying. less dangerous Laud5. j. was neither that t>f a beast of pr.y.r of an I The entrance to this: retreat Tva, s-o dill!- Silence !" said the outlaw in the same
by their conversation and the anxious glances j I "My daughter, I dtt-l find that you are a I lIe had tt'ell hU subordinate: whispering I arireil man. but the graceful cite of a youn < cult tint it seemed as though a single arm authoritative voice that had awed the soldiers !
which were cast through the twilightup I child no longer, and I will now address you to his late antagonist, and as that officer j and beautiful girl. j could deft ml it against the approach of an < the explanation belongs to me. Soldiers .
i! the glen or gorge winding among the I as a woman.'" I I went about the duties of the bivouac. Le followed I Advancing along the dizzy approach she arm} Posting himself at the entrance: you behold that brute who your
mountains, teemed to be waiting impatiently I Tau have often heard me tell, when the him with a malicious glance! muttering would ever and anon stop and turn a ktcnirs with the long musket pointed on the path I capu IIt was my hand that laid him
11 for aa addition to their number. The winter rain was heating upon our roof, of I II i, to himself 'treason and conspiracy, our cir. like the timid fawn ready to dec upon which the pursuers must appear, | there in return for his murderous attack
I Tratriarch the circle, who answered to the the awful struggle t'trau h which Mexico j: suckling here is becoming absolutely un- u;,.>II iLc approach of danger. \ctoria peered through the leafy curtains i upon your lieutenant. He is no longer
I mote of Comet was a man of about sixty I passed to freedom \. '. your own infant I II 1 m.u1.Igl'lte.ith the .ir of his native hills Convinced that his vieitcr was not a very that concealed him while Isidora: cast an your l leader but I,the hunted fugitive whom
' year of age, on whose bronzed visage I ears were often btuime with: the roar of':I but my uua is not Juan Villamuva) ,unless I formidable one and that she must ha\e i anxious and fearful glance O\Cf las shoulder you seek, shall claim that honor If them
jcaarked with many of the prominent features battle. By the heroic deeds of an Hidalgo I I I1 repay him for his insolence with more )II some object of great importance in tiew, to in the same directiu.ii.In id a true Mexican heart among you it will .
of the eons of the western land might a Victoria, and hosts of others known to j i I than :1tcrel." I be roaming in the mountains at that! eirly I :few moments brace of hounds with respond to my claim, for I am. Guadeloupe i
i till be discerned the paler hue with which fame, Mexico was disenthralled;and instead I Lights were -oon glancing in tic cabin, hour, he oi the rock made her aware of his their; noaea alternately pointed to the earth Victoria __ i -
the features are painted by the blood of of remaining in a state of degraded serfdom, while the voice of the captain entirely too presence by speaking in the gentlest! tone : and the heavens, as they scented the track f Guadeloupe Victoria!s it was a talismanic
Castile. Gomez was a Mexican peasant took her stand as a proud and independent I I Urge for the dimensions of the small dwelling I that coild lie heard over the roaring of the ;1 and then gave out the dreaded howl came t! word, coupled with every thing that wag I
'whose mixed blood in his own opinion, at nation But there is a sad epUode, of which kept sounding out upon the air as he ''rapid, "Who comes there?" at the same rushing along the path. They,, "i high and chivalrous in the hejut of the soldier 1
I feast Lad raised him tar above the degraded to you I have never spoken. I gave his directions to hue this and that time stepping out into full view. For a I followed by a line of sldiers who,although even though'that solder\ were a minion i.
condition of the Peon or native son of the 'Scarcely had the rod of oppressed been prepared for his meal. Having in a measure I moment theoun girl paused; then as i ireassured if.11 treading more the dangerous of Iturbide. Upon the announcement
tOil although it till kept him below tnat wrenched from the hand of the Spaniard,(>!I satisfied his ravenous appetite, he at ,pave as her pass word,the'mountain way, seemed to enjoy the excitement of a cheer, led off by Ortiz, sounded .among !
aristocratic platform occupied by those it was transferred to a hand that had becTi ',1 length found time and condescension to spirit," bounded forward until she had I I the rbl hut a muC a though thc those rocks and champs louder that ever : e
who could boast of being pure Spaniards, red with the blood of tJ-ranny-the hand of!'! bestow a glance upon trembling and unprotected rained the table of rock and stood besidesthe W'er a natural enemy o sound echoed before save the thunder of i
Being naturally high spirited and proud, that same Iturbide who was once found so group around him. seeming outlaw. m With the! appearance of his pWuers heaven. Assuming the command&.tf there 1
upon leaving the service of his enfranchised gallantly fighting in the ranks of freedom. Upon beholding Isidora.. he exclaimed, 'What seckest thou, maiden in this wild Victoria grasped his musket with fler had never beenhe least obstacle to it, '
resigned the musket for the The ancient city of the Montezuma's has ella what have we here ? by faith,as pretty and dangerous place?" was the question. hold the click pf the lock & Victoria ordered them to take up tho'pap' -
tIOUDSbe acorning to act the servant in again become anJmpcrial one and Mexico a flower as any to be found in the gardens "The spirit of the mountain< ,"was the ready ran along the barrel &though the recovering captain and follow hirer "After
reared a rustic castle, in. bows to a diadeftand sceptre. Instead of of the capital; I had intended to appropriate reply. ".!! then you are a daughter of the prudent soldier had forgotten himl in his a rugged march of an hour's duration, the
a wild unclaimed but fertile realm, some brave champion of freedom, elected this cabin solely to my use for trusty Gomez; an angel sent to search for eager desire to punish th 1 iptu whole party arrived at a less broken region, \
Although poor in those roods which conrtitute by the people, and holding the sway of a the night, but it would be a.pity tq exposeso a spirit, I suppose. But it must be some osity was restrained by where picketed the horses the com-
wealth ip an artificial state, yet he republic, we have an empire; Guadeloupe dehcat a thing to the night air and dews, pressing matter indeed that would send one his arm. With a "thank you, girl, that mand. The manacles here destined for the
could look abroad from his little cabin, and Victoria, the Washington of his country, is you can remain my pretty one," so fragile on so rough a journey as yours; would indeed be a fatal imprudence," he mountain fugitive were transferred to the .'
exclaim with Juan :. 1 a hunted fugitive, and Iturbido U an empe At this insult the warm complexion of I am that spirit you seek, what news do relaxed the stem lines that had gathered wrists of Capt. Villanueva. The Ideas of
the young beauty fairly glowed with indignation Ill'ar1'J on his face, and calmly watched the motions that worthy, at no time very clear,. were
"am monarch of aQ | surrey, Ii ror.But Victoria still lives, and although his the fire of a wild fierce race you fcMy father's words were 'Beware, the of the foemen There was heard a now rendered doubly misty by the'shock
)My riffrt there is none to d present retreat is unknown, to even his shone in her eyes and her little hand grasped blood hounds will be on the track before ling on the rock beneath them,but 6tU tp incident to the' collision of his cranium and '
Unlike Sancho Pant, he had not waited warmest partizans, the day is not far distant the handle of the poignard at her girdle. the sun shall reach the Z ith.' This much he hound rushed onward, followed the the butt of a rig'a musket,butt still it I I
the pleasure or fortunes ofa capricious muter i when he wall once more seize the "What a charming spirit too," said the captain could only say to me, bqt I myself can tell of the men. A large number was evident even to him, that matters were i; >.
to bestow upon him the governorship sword and sound the trump of regeneration. and he was about to aggravate thecase jroa more." She then proceeded to tell of them had halted at this some how or.other, strangely altered ..In- i
of an island but had usurped the sway of a The imperial upstart will be hurled from still farther when he felt an iron grasp him of the arrival of the troops on the preceding spot to breath,and consult upon the stead of his own portly figure at the head i
valley which answered the purpose of the his throne, and our Mexico again be free; upon his arm. Turning to the cause of the evening, and of the occurences fol- future course. Among the numerous of the column,he could see an entirely different .
veteran full as well until that trump shall be sounded-until interruption, he beheld the form ofhi lieutenant lowing. Long before dawn she had escaped TQicee was soonlieard .loud but now broken figure which although wild and uncouthj ;
Although the tithe yielded by his subjects the proper time shall arrive for action, his Lending over him. His teeth were from the tent and steeling by sentry and one, which loiJora. recognized a that teemed much more, at home. aa the ': I
i had not filled his coffers with the'yellow friends must dissemble their feelings, and ground together, the veins of the forehead patrol, had made her way to the thorn bish. of Capt. VUlanueva, back of the beautiful Andajqsian. charger, :
representative of wealth, yet the fertile take refuge among the mountain cat'erns. knotted and swollen, as he gazed upon the on which she was wont to hang tho basketof Take the m' Lieut. Ortiz, and presson thin, $e rightful{ Qwnertnu ," I
oil being taxed with moderate degree of and forest shades. It is one of this classto awe-stricken captain After a moment of provisions. From this point she had whilS I take breath, the game '
i labor, had cheerfully responded to. his de- whom you have been engaged in carry- heavy silence, he spoke in a voice of forced been guided by the revelation made by her i cannot now be far off." Obedient t this 0"
sands and filled his garner with the wealth ing food. With a soldier's confidence be caliarjess, although tremulous with pas- father tOO evening before. In the mean- command,the lieutenant and his men passed The mm had nearly reached the",scnlth, .
itself instead of the representative. This camo to my door on one stormy eight,and sion. while the fugitive listened with the greatest on, leaving t occupation of the rock to as Gomez sat by the portal pf his dwelling,
added to the spoil secured by the aid of the threw himself upon a soldier's protection; "Ca t.' iilanuemanotberinsultingword, attention. At the close of tho relation he the captain, puffing and blowing with sad and despondent Nothing tad been I
formidable musket (reserved in the peace upon learning that he was a partisan of another look to that young girl and by all proceeded tq the question the young girlin his unwonted exertions,stretched h }l1 beard from his daughter"her, retreat" had .
establishment) from the distant domains of I Victoria I granted his request, and swore that is righteous you perish by my hand, regard to the troop. Upon every men- frame upon the h surface 1 evidently been cn\ off by.the.arI1| departure ;
the forest and mountains sufficed to keep I to screen him from those who were howlingon be the consequences what they may. Now i tion of the name of Ortiz, a blush overspread the fugtin8 repose was not the only of the troops; ,she wiz hemmedm, air 1 r
the royal family. in the happiness and plen his track. Our poor cottage was not a try it at your pcriL" Assuming -a gaiety I her features, and he at length found captainand the fugitives were moung the hills;and her fortune: identified '
ty. I shelter secure enough and I conducted him which the coward pallor upon the brow that something more than commoq chivalry made acquinted' with the fact by the dark with tho desperate saes of a. politic'reRigec. -.
The remainder of the. group which we to a mountain care known only to myfaclf, showed he was far from feeling, the captain and gallantry had prompted the lieutenant sinister glance with which he followed the ,-*. ,
have left all this while sitting before the I and nll.approachable by a blind path suspeaded strove to laugh the matter oft. !\)t thus warmly to espouse her cause. He r form of the lieutenant, and by the Suddenly his ear' caught; f..r the came sound
cabin, was 'composed of a matron some tike;% thread midway between the Ortiz, have I been interfering with your was a companion of her, childhood an almost muttered soliloquy; uNow forvengeance as that which had alarme4na on the ore-. 'II
yean the junior of her lord and two obild- base aad summit of theprccipicc rising from rights 1 if EO I wiH even retire and leave thefipld Infant lover,who had been called awayto should Ortiz fall by a chance ceding evening rtbp tramp of,horse; tatthis
red about the age fourteen.and sixteen the stream of foam. This my daughter is to yourself. Never cross a' brother battle,'Trhile'yct* tender stripling,. by shot from my piece, his blood 1 not be time the. SOUQQ approached, with (
years. the mountain spirit to whom we have offered officer in matters of love is my mo-.-" "Si- tho same clarion that had eummooed Gomez laid upon my bead by man at Eitherthe the slow pace eta toil-Jrora cavalcade,butwith
At length tie cater of their anxious rianWM the daily oblation knee sir," broke in the lieutenant, to the field. Fighting under Victoria' himself hut rbllurkig near,'or'accident; the speed of fresh,,, and'elastip limbs. .
flee announced by Gomez" In the.f>,uow- At this moment the conversation of What air; each language to your'superior I he had won his epaulette upon the will. bl" i Bright steel gleams were soda'woven' ,
q words. : Gomez was broken off bl a low rumbling ?" said the captain and his hand fell to field of battle,and when Gomez returned to Bringing hs cbin to bear upon the amid the fol'and, ny uniforms gGttcr$4 ,I
'Why docs Iridora tiny so long? the pound the distance which might have at the hilt of the sabre. This motion was an- his family, remained in the regular service. lutetant took a deliberate aim, but j ia the too. ,
. I"CtJliJ eha ows tit already black ia the first beta taken fof the a admonitory ioice ticipated by lieutenant, who presented J\'o wonder then that Gontzcai net re- '! te rid lime ptshe*! frcm the gut \\Steftvrt\fft]
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Jacksonville 'If cAROLkAND
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:} Dural County, hinter", 2d Monday,U April r. -& at NAGL3band 40 Watt.wo4Btre ofMedkine. C Removed :Co' the New Store la Holmes' .- .

I BYW. Marion 4th, do doAprO. *; 11II B.7 HqM Srwl ClwIutoJI. P.M.Kottocx,M.n.Prof of Obstetrici.Tf. Building. opposite'Dr. llaldwin'aT7TIEBEIskepteoastantlyonbaadTilaijeaad TO ,- 24 TO HOPU.

33 oOr.&mp Alachna let do do sygimbbs Oar Stock Is.an eltecalve one, and pereIwo .O.Btttoex}(.D,Prof of Saflel'1Co .. "Odice,Jcksoavh1le. .. 3
': 21 do do May! are reipectfully requested to sail on as, U we can VT.WEn,M.D,Proc Medical Ch.mlatzy.ILLBmM.MProfllatersaMedicaindTbe. \ THE CAROLINA ,wM W'eClUKLXSTOr

: : TER-Thru DoOart per Annum IB ad- Nissan.: tfedaotiay More 4 A Monday in May. offer great, inducements in style sad price t, and ,V. well selected assortment of every &twrdary.at 3 P.M. He w fc wul liarePALATKA -
Dual,' 4th do do MayBtJohoj : any articles bought stuns establishment, are warranted rattenticB.JS. d. every Jtf. ,7 A.M. ,
ranee. 2d do laJaae m every respect Ju1r 8-Cl U.Mjutrcr,M.'D, ProfL of lutitatc of 3IedIeiael DRUGS AID l1I'1nI'Tr.jJ.S, II A.M,and JACKSONVILLE, 3 rICLTj'
-: No discontinued uLil all are Always received the latest warranted FLORIDA will lent
paper arrearage PALL TE**. I by arrivals TIE CHARLESTON ovoRTurtday -
I' ,aid, unless at the option of the Pabliaher.t5T Orange sad St. Lade 3d Tuo day before the lit. ,Leonard- Chapin,. J.W.How ABB, M.D.Prof of Anatomy. fresk and genuine. Alan at 3 Po X. 'TUtnmbsV wm lea.
: ADVERTISEMENTS win be inserted oa Monday November. j-;- -r-.. and DBA 'J. B.BKAD M.D, Prct of Pathological Anatomy. I Perfumery. Combs,Brushes Soap., PALT 8oe1.AJ. BLACK CE.
": Putnam Last Toetdajr Won.the lit Monday la .' LERIn all kind of CARRIAGES .and Demonstrator Anatomy.J. I Lamp, Burning Fluid, &cn .a JACAOTIL Friday A .
the foUowmg terms tOne 2ovember.r. and HARNESS, No. 124 Mutto* J. WEST,' L D, Aisistant Demonstrator of which will be sold low far cash. T. .r all the
Dollar per square,of twelve lines and under, Sminter, 4th Monday la November Strttt, wit door North of PAVILLION HOTEL. Anatomy. Country orders solicited and pwactaaUy attended "C E!? *H *: **Ir

for the first Insertion and 75 cent for each subsejaeni MarIonlet do in December and 33 WtmrartStreet.,Charleston, & C. REGULAR Coarse of LKCTTBKS in this in- to IYli plriptlD pat op with care and with 1.Yo S..p CauJma. Railroad*

hsertiun, To yearly advertiser a liberal Alaahaa, 2d. do' la December. Elegant Stock of Coaches,Botkaway, Bnggees, TIlE ., win commence'on the'first Monday dtteJ aim
Colambia 34 ,do in December. and Sulkie I eoutantJl on hand. Prices low J in November,and terminate in the following March. 'TEA!. Passage,f Cbarlettea to Jacksonville, *3 j freta.
diacount will be made. St.John,'t, lit do In November terms accommodating. jary8-tf_ Preliminary lecture will be delivered from Mon Agent for the New for Pekia Tea Company. f.Palatka,$1!. -

f3sT All advertisements most be paid for before Dnral 3d do In November dayS the lath day of October, until the commencement Teed dir Impi adc3haeC For t r apply. to.

4 Insertion unless by a rapier eoctomer. By referring Sun COURT-Middle Circuit. Carriage &.;Harness Depository, of the Regular Course,for which no additional .a 1.t lib &wae&& J.W.CALDWELL, Charleston,
: al fee will be required. Students have free access pr BELLJXHASSE A JI5EQAN,
to our terms the requisite mm may be ascer I annie Tana.Madiaon i' AT.THE WHTTIE HOUSE, to the Medical and Surgical Wards of the Savannah *!applied, by order- '
tained'and transmitted with the advertUemant 3d )Monday April. Tiybm. SoatJa-\f t Corner of HoypiUL This extensive charity under the medicAl rtCOltr with Cash. J R.KZID. pai aaJ"ck'OTai",

13; ?"AdvertisemenU not marked with the number J Jefferson '2d do in ApriL MEETING and WESTWOKTH STREETS, control of two meaben of the Faculty by whom GARDEN & FLOWER SEEDS, PL"TS. Jtc, STEAM

of insertions required, will be continued until Waknlla lit do in ApriL Charleston, S. C. clinical lecture aro delivered. In addition to thin, also always kept h 'HHUNIC.TIOY..
t Leon 3d do in ApriL CARRIAGES of every description at the lowest they have ample opportunity for leaning practical July 8-tr T. MCMILLAN.
t forbid, and charged for. Gadsden lit do in March. prices always on hand and no article told except medicine at the College Clinqac,which Is open daily Savannah and Florida.

LnyeDonarswm, be charged for all announcement Hamilton 4th do inApriL such as can be warranted in the fullest term, by to patients.During I NEW SKYLIGHT TIIE new and elegant Steam-

: of candidates for in July 8-tf 11. II.NATIJA the session of two hundredcases k .. '-
office; advance. FALL VEEN.Madisoon pact upwards i packet ST. ,Capt.
; One square for six months : : $10 00 3d Monday in November. \Vm. M. Lawton &' Co. were prescribed for, and over thirty Sngircnl aJtr! }'RFIL. wi leave TOns every Thariday Jna
Jefferson 2d do in November. operations performed in the preCneeortbe Student* at Palatka
rooming ,foncaiog at all
Legal or other Business Cards an. 10 WHotice ock fo
per \&, 1st do in November. FACTORS AND st the Climque. Material for Anatomical invcfti- the interm .

,,: to Debtors and Creditors, .: 700 Leon 3d do in October COMMISSION MERCHANTS, gallons will be abundantly supplied. Fee: Matriculation TIE nbscribcrbcgft leave to inform tbe citizens This boat has been bunt expressly tat tUstrad.
Application for Letters of Administration 500( Gadsden 1st do October. N 13 Southern U'hvrft $5; Full Course of Loctnret,8103; Demonstrator Jacksonville and its vicinity that he still has Urge and airy state-room aeewamodationt for t
Hamilton 4th do in November, 810 Graduation$30. For further in- Ctle to keep open his
Application for dismissal Administrator, 1000( Charleston S.C. passengers taking the iajaad roote prtwata
Editorial notices for private benefit will to charged STATE COCRT Southern Circuit. Wm. M. Lawton I Wm. MJaytor, : formation address,pool-paid. NEW GALLERY, prior acrommojfelions for iara&I and others.
R. | T. Dill julyS 'II. L.BYBD M.P., Dean. Street second door Tab boat will leave JaeksoavBIo hr
srnixo TE... Wainright Bacon Joseph I on Forsyth west Dr.Hoi. as rvtart
the rate. of o
doubjs advertising.njTAU Levy, 4th Monday in March, July 6' a tf \v. E. Baker land's residence, toSavaanaa, every Soda,taonbir. at 3 e'dosk.
reDgkms notice will be inserted gratuitously. Ilcrnando 1st Monday in ApriL Where he is prepared to tae pil in a man Ft* further partiemlan -uro of CapC free-
Geo. Abbott & Co. SHIP BROKER AND GENERAL Lora on board or toBISBEE1
Hillsborougb, 2d Monday in ApriLMonroo ner not surpassed byauy. spared no expense -

.. AU aianssabfo personal communications will be 1st Monday in May. Nu.96 East-Say, (opposite Boyet 4 Cu'i Wharf) COMMISSION MERCHANT, In fitting up his Rooms, having a splendid CLAGRORN at CINNINOIL43If.'s..
TALL Charleston, S. C, July 8 Sarannah Geo. tf reception room for JaiM tltte.p in a neat and CAFCYA, Jarkiavillo.
c&argod aA'.} Palatka.
r'-Au bills or Job Printing must be paid on Levy, 2d Mondry in October Dealer in Fort & Dunham him to pictures in SkylJht in
in October.Ihlbborough L1.nc.
the delivery of the work.rr Ilcrnando clear weather. He feels confident of
lit Monday in November. with Lamps of every description for tho came giving satisfaction to all who may f.vo him witb I CARRYING TilE U. If. MAIL
AU letters on business and communications,
Monroe 1st do in December. ALSO COMMISSION. MKRCIIAXTS, He is thankful for psst favors, and I lETWICX
rattst be pod paid to receive attention.Continuedfromjirst STATE COURT Western Circuit. American White Lead Savannah, Geo. cal iye contmuanca of the hop.to !
and Paints
English Henry R. Fort. | T. K. Dunham. a same. wt Palatka, Fla, and Savannah Geo.
sense TERX. of every kind Linseed and Sperm ilo not want pictures, are respectfully 41..idulur.

( page] Franklin, 2d Monday in AprilColhoon,4th July 8 Oil, Glaflfl, Putty, &c. tf JOHN RICHARDSON., will and naming his rooms and specimens. Via PI olata, Black Creek-, and> Jacksonaomllle
July &-tf M. W. GRAVES. -
\Vhcn tho party drew up before the door, do in April FACTORS, I/la., and St.arysflnsn-

the old veteran instead of being saluted by Jackson, let do in May. Joseph \YhiIden, Savannah. Georjria. swick and Darien,Gee.
tho bravado of the brute captain found him- Washington,3d do in May. dealers in ju9Office /" 1 lietUefonTt BuHdln Jacksonville Foundry
Holme after 3d in y rTIlE Steampacket,WELAKA.
Tneeday Monday May. 1 r
liCit in the embrace of the fugitive who occupied Walton 4th Monday in May. Paint Oils, Glass and Ship Chandlery, Dying and Renovating liUtabllshmeut, -* Capt. N. tfrw, l. res Pa1atl&

the post of honor, and who drew Santa Rosa, let Monday in June. JVo. 60 C.2 Eatt-Bayt 73 York-it near the Court house, MACHINE WORKS. every Monday moraing at 8 o'clock.

the attention of the whole squadron, by ex- Eacambia, 2d do in Juno. opposite P. and M. Bank, Charleston, S. C. SAVANNAH, GJD.i3 Arrhu at Jacksonville tarn evening, sad

claiming.in a loud voice, "Behold the patriot FALL TEBV. HE: keeps constantly for sale, a general assortment -* _; Established, 183TI 73 TIE Subribn having made sstensite. and :' leaves Tuesday morning at :o'clock, touching at
of Paints and Oils of all kinds Window in their ebtabL! the intermediate JaeM above.
in Eeocmbcr.
soldier and the friend of Guadeloupe Vic Franklin 1st Monday '
Glass and Sashes Spts. Turpentine, Camphcne lIEnbserThergrntefultohispatrons and frfen 1 in November.
toria." Too much overpowered by his feelings Calhoun, Thursday after 4thMonday for their continued favors, would state that in Steam .
Engines of
Jackson, 2d Monday in November. ?|.irit Gas, Tallow, Urindstonds, Cordage, Chain any requited power,from '- 8800
far speech upon thus finding that it Washington, Tuesday after 1st Monday in Nor. Pumps Cotton Foot Gin Fixtures, Glue; Packing addition to the improvements in Dying acquiredby I to 100 horses; Through fare teem Jacksoenilk'600
was the president of Mexico that had been let Monday in November. Yard and Brushes of various kindj. July 8-tf him daring hu tart visit to England and Scotland Haw Mills; Through ticket are famished b m Jack_.&
baa made arrangements for extending hit Mills to Charleston for .
the recipient of his bounty the veteran Sugar ; 800
do in
Walton 4th October.
turned away and wept; while Isidora wiped Santa Rosa, 3d do in October. N. A. Cohen & Cohen, business by which he L variety of Colors on Silk and Woollen Dresses Grid New York and
Importer and Dealer in Philadelphia Steamship*from Savannah
away his tears and told him of the events cambia, 2d do rn October. Shalls, .. which he trusts will generally please all and other machinery used in this 11l every Wednesday. '

that had brought about such a charge in UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOPKIGN AND DOMESTIC a ho may favor him with their patronage. a Iron and Brass country. f R. K. DUKE, Palatka.AGETTS. .

the aspect of affairs.A I Northern District. Dry Goods, Gentlemen's Garments Dyed, Cleaned or Reno- t Steambt. Saw Mill,Catng a .? BISBEE CAJJOVA, Jbcksonvine.S .

few minutes devoted to the toilet, and i 1st .i;,. 175 East-Bay, Charleston, S. C. rated as may be required in tho same superior at nir. r JUI.8-tr ( .I.LAffITEAII ',aamah.
Tallahassee, Monday in January. which baa much his **
style generally pleased patrons J% from be
the aid of the lieutenant's wardrobe, I Apalachicola 1st do in February. Nathan A. Cohen. I Leopold Cohen. and friendii. in in jy.prhu wi FOR ENTCRPRIrfC '.
put operation by
wrought a wondrous change in the appearance Pensacola 1st do in March. July 8 tf Ladies' Bonnets Dyed, Bleached and Pressed Sn ,competent when th, and Awl all the intermediate Landing* on the-
of the hero. When he again appeared St Augustine, 1st do in April. the most fashionable vtyles. Orders from the reasonable machiu. uP"
Fraser & eoun.1 terw. ST.JOHNS 1U\.E2.
among the men although the stain of wind Southern District. Thompson, try punctually attended to. Terms Drawings and Estimate rarnilc1, without

and sun was still upon the check yet the Admiralty Court sits at Key West ole in session. FACTORS AND When parcels are sent ly steamboat or railroad i 'charge. MOONEY t GOOKIX, TilE Steamer Darlington.
uncouth beard had been removed from the ; aye COMMISSION MERCHANTS, word should be sent him by letter through the I July 8-tf Founders and MahiniFRA t.c.pt. J. Brock, wOI fear JadlOlJ-
Adger't North Post Office so that he may know where to call for villa every Saturday morniajf, at 8 o'clock ani-
chin, the matted locks arranged and Victoria Wharf them. IRON ring at Palatka
same day,-leaving Palatka at &
was again the gentleman and soldierin LIST OF OFFICERS OF FLORIDA. Charleston, S. C. WORK o'clock
rRED'K E. rearm | rict s. TBOXJ juW 8 ALEXANDER GALLOWAY. 4P moos J Monday Morning in connection with the
form as well as heart. Governor JAMES E. BROOMK. JvksontUle. steamers Carolina and IPdiiia. Setaning, will

Capt. \ Villanucva who by the magic influence Secretary of State F. L. VILLIPIGUE. $IdO. lUer haDt.s Hotel, $IdO, now prepared to Fa.promptlp leave EntcmriM at 5o'e1oek 'l'1IHdn _-iD..

of the chain and bracelet had been Comptroller, T. W. BREVARD Charleston S. CRKDCGTIOX _NEW YORK._ ABE Steam Engines, Saw Nails, Sugar oren MUl and PaJatk&.at 8 o'clock W.dseeday BMTHUIA and
transformed from the into Treasurer C. II. AUSTIN. IX PRICES. and Pans, Unit 31 ilia, Hone Powers, Iron arrive at JackaonTtDe same tfeiu .
tiger lamb Attorney General M. D. PAPY. fA TIlE undersigned baring leased this Hotel Js Holmes Itrara and ey variety of if at u. A.M. REID
upon finding that he was in the presence of Supreme Court Judges. III.situated in King Street,solicit from the traveling GENERAL COMMISSION MTRUHANT and Blacksmith Work, Afao*at Ja kMnville>

tho great chief, came forward, and most Thomas Baltzell CiiefJustice, Talabassce. public a share of patronage. Board, $I,50 100 Wail N. Y. Steamoat and other repairing. S.wJ B.JL K U\
magnanimously offered the services of his C. IL Dupont, Asuosiato J Justice Quiney. I per day; single dinner 50 cU. only. Street y continue the manufacture and keep July 7-tf. Agent at p..4a.

valiant arm to help sustain the rising banner Thomas Douglas Associate Justice Jacksonville July 8-tf JAMES M. HERST. ITTILL VV pay particular! attention teaches Yel-I constantly on hand, their variety of Plows, Timber STEAJlBmOUnt
I low line Lumber. Live Oak
Cart, Chains, to which invite
; but the proffer only had the effect of Circuit Judges. MILLS 1I0USF. other SOUTHERN TIMBER and PRODUCE and they rwpectfally P1OftBLkht1.t.

bestowing upon him a notice that he might iVcstern, J. J. Finlcy, Marrianna. THOSAS S. NICKERSON, to order for purchasing MERCUASDIS& ptronj. July 8-11 :

veil have postponed.The Middle J. W. Baker, Tallahassee. Corner Meeting and Queen Street, July 7-tf I TAILORING. THIS Steamer; 'which has
W. bee ID eondithlkeffectiveservice
A. }
Palatka. MIl
Eastern Forward -
only answer was a glance of withering Southern, Thomas EKing, Key West.Solicitors julyS Charlatan, S.C. tf S. U. Rockenbaugb Tta.OXXX.CU3n A e is now prepared to resuao tor regmlar battues

t scorn from the chief,who turning to the of the Circuit. CHARLESTON HOTEL. 4 WELL known to in cutting on the St Jobas in tbtrtowiaf of vessels,

men asked what should be the fate of the Western, James M.LanJrnm: Milton( D. MIXER, GF.XERALCODIISSIOS' JF\ and making, informs the citizens of Jackson- rafts *., and perfoming seth other service

t traitor and assassin. The answer was an )Middle Sam'l B. Stephens Quiney, Corner Meeting and llayno Streets MERCHANT, \\Jf Tille and vicinity,, that he has taken a room nay be appointed by special contract *
almost universal shout of 'death" Victoria Eastern, James M. Baker, Alligator. JulyS Ckarleston.S ttPA'ILION 112 Pearl Street N. Y.ftAREFUL in the boom belonging to Mr. Barb. next Engagements may best say time eatortd lab
attention will bo pales of door to t Canova, where with the Captaininchargeebeyssaaypointat
given to now
Southern Henry 1$.Kendrick Bib i
"Death the ,
then said. villian deserve I
\ may HOTEL. VV Cotton, Rice, Sugar, Lumber Timber and j ready to f'ive any orders that are ented to which she may be apes tbe route, or with her prorietor. -,
: but there is not a hand in this squadronthat County Officers.First 11. L. BUTTEKFIELD, other Southern Produce. Also Merchandise i him lie warrant all suits or fit- (( lj8-tf) CUARjlES WILLEY.
shall be stained with his coward blood. ( name, Judge of Probate; second namo, Clerk Corner of Meeting and Ilauol-sts, chased on most advantageous term -pur-I'I tel, and mae in ao new a style .at any other
or Circuit Court third fourth
Here corporal, you will give him the serviceof whenever it oocursTax; name Assessor,Sheriff and name- ju1.TS CluJr ston,S.C. tf place in Stales.
Collector. Grice Cutting, repairing and cleaning win be done at HOTELS5&CMAGNOLIA .
mule take file of Joseph
a a men horsewhip
; ,
Counties. Officers. Post Office. II. \Y. KINSMAN, the hhortcit notice. July _
him through the squadron, then unbind Escambia Charles M. Jordan I'cnsacola. 117 Kin Street, GENERALCOMMISSION

his hands, and let him carry the news to F. E. Do LaUra .. has In store an Immense stock of MERCHANT, R. H. Darby, HOTELOn

his master." F.M. Mann. WINDOW ShADES, 35 Water Street, N. Y. DRAPER AND 'i the St Johns River ,
Upon finding that the wound of Ortiz Santar..osa John Chain; ilton. which be is now offering at prices such ta to present STRICT and prompt attention given to the sale yetrnan Street,. \LOR, *

was but a slight one-not sufficient to in- W. J.Stoklll great inducements to customers. articles of produce entrusted to his care, *. )In U. U. DARBT returns his thanks to his UNDER CHARGE r GIFT. 0.,3. MPIXT.
Isaiah Cobb,jr. ALSO and all orders promptly complied with. [julyS-tf '4 friend and the public generally for the libMeral TillS U a new Howe,recently opeaedJer the ae-
capaciatc him for his duty, Victoria called Walton Daniel McLeod. Jaeht'canna. Lace and Muslin Curtains,Satin Dc Lane!, Dam- [ patronage be has d, and by Boarders sad visitors from the
him before the squadron and proclaimedhim Giles Bowers '11'iell ak, Ic., all at a great bargain. july3-tf Hoe & Co's Patent Ground Saws. trim attention to merit rein a hops North during the ensn.ing and future seasons.

as a colonel in the service of the Mexican C. Monroe WM MATTHIE5SEN Subscribers manufacture from the best I game. I It is stunted immediately OB the St John's River,

republic. Regimental and company: holmes. A. 11. Brownell CerroGordo.. WHOLESALE CLOTHING, HOUSE, THE Steel CIRCULAR SAWS, from two Mr. Darby has removed his store from Bay I about 25 miles from Jacksonville and a short distance

officers, by the magic voice of new born M. 11. Stanley No. 143 East Bay, corner Queen, inches to eighty inches in diameter. Their Saws street to Forsyth street, two doors from Captain I from the mouth Black Creek and is most
from the It B. Godden july 8 Charleston, S.C. tf arc hardened and tempered and are ground and llowell's grocery store, where he has permanently favorably located and tonreaiently fflted.p for the
power sprang and Victoriawas Ycrnon. ____ purpose mentioned Arrangements are made for
Washington Washington Tabor fmubc 1 .r machinery designed expressly for tho located, and u prepared to execute all work entrusted -
at the head of an army, or rather the G. Worthington WARDLAW, WALKER & UURXSIDE, >urxee, and are, therefore much superior to those to hu care, with despatch and in a work- the accommodation jsixry boardeM* and already
nucleus of one. Bidding adieu to the veteran John A. Tabor, to Cotton'Factors and ground in the usual manner, as they are strengthened manlike manner. He will assure all those who numerous visitors hav*availed themselves of a location

and his daughter with the promise Jackson J. B. Roullae, lILuianna. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, and stiffened by increasing them in thickness may furor him with a call, that they will b plea at the ")&" .The Boas inconvenient

to the latter of the speedy and triumph John \V. 1'0000er.II. North Atlantic Wharf regularly from the cutting edge to the centre, cuiveqnently ed with hu work. A nat fit is w.rate to a fine Mineral Spris! and'boats and- pooeyi are-

return of her lover he the James Griffin julyS Charlatan, S.C. tf do not become heated or buckled and N. B.-Cutting, cleaning, and at the kept for the purpose of going thither. The proprietor
gave Jesse .1L Clark, produce a great saving hi timber. shortest notice. July respectfully invitss strangers a4 eitiscns to-
: command of "march." In a few days the Calhoun Elias Branch Aspen Grove. McKENZIE, CADOW & Co., They also manufacture Cast Steel MilL Pit andross "drop in" or sojourn the Magnolia Howe ia winter

I beacon lights threw their glare upon the James II. Parker, .. FOREIGy&DOMESTICDRYGOOOS.aly8 / Cut Saws and Billet Webs, superior qnalty LIVERY STABLE. or summer,and tbJM afford him a* ODDortnutr

,. clouds from almost every hill-top in the Thomas J. Land No. 171 East Bay, Charleston S. C. tf all of which they have for sale, or they may devoting that attmtioa to their cesliIwblch it
Franklin Thomas J.Eppes Apalaehioola. Subscriber is now prepared to accommodate will give himself and ths able superIntendent so-
land the sound of martial music and the be obtained of the principal Hardware Merchants TiE
; Samuel Spencer, IIC. CIIAFEE..ST.. AMAND t CROFT throughout the United States and Canada. customers in any way IhAp manner much pleasure to uuifest.
/ clangor of arms echoed in every nllelandthe Thigpen.II WINES, LiaUORS, SEGARS, TOBACCO I B HOE A CO., in first rate style, from and car .14 A.. St3DIERLtY. ,
fncdom'fl was 'Guadeloupe V ictoria Gadslen E. C. Lova Quiney.R. JLc. ; 29 and 31 Gold Street. nages, down t horba riding. July 7

and the answer Mturbidc and C.Lester, 'a uly8 No. 179 East Bay, Charlcston.S tf W Publishers of newspapers who will insert Parties 0 any hour of the day or
; the empire." Whenever there was a hard S. B. Love this advertisement three times with this noto, and night. Calls mae to any part of the city fo persons :PJ.a.D.'ters: : Ero'te

fought field there in the smoke and glare James 1\1.Smith, .. II. JESSEN, forward ns a paper containing the same, will be who wish the .tamer : .. ),.*. C.

of battle-in the thickest of the fight might Loon. D. \V. Gwynn II DEALERS GROCERIES, LIQUORS pain in printing materials by punhatoingCuurtimestbe E.er exertion will b me to.plea.e.II. >< THE Undersigned wc id rMpect/Uly iaJatbnn -
lLArcherjr. SEGARS &c.ulyS amount of their bill for the advertisement. A BLISS, his friends ad the Pm&lia
l>e heard the voice of Victoria as of yore, II. T. July 8-tf Near the House.' gmerally,
Blocker No. 139 tf Now York, April 22d 1834. &-3t Buffington ho has
East Bay, CharlestonSC July leased that axtensive. aad well known establishment ,
cheering his soldiers on. As of yore, victory L. C.Domiily II
the PLANTERS' HOTEL and is
his standard whereverit \"akulla George Miller New PorL P. M. COnE & Co. TUG HB1BR1CKS. ,JAMES H. CHESS. ,
perched upon ; To Planters and Lumbermen. now ready for the reception of visitors.: 'Its eligible -
waved. The power of Iturbidc was overthrown T. J.M.Richardson DEALERS IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, PHILADELPHIA.NEW I formed location being eeareoient to an the haziness
N. G.W. Tsiker having
the new-made throne crumbled tc. &c. THE undemgne acopartnenhip will
to Noah < of transacting localities eomawod it to thos'who visit the
the dust. Again Mexico was free, and Victoria Jetr.rson, T. J. Chase POley.II Monticello. julyS No.29 Haync Street, Charlcston.S tf VOLUME 01GOODEY'S pare Business a city on, business, sad no exertioawar expense will
ruler. Genera be spared by the Proprietor to pwwte the comfort .
was James It.Tucker I IUY'SBOOK. E. F
S. S. FARRAR & BROTHERS sad eoavenienc of his
guests, sad render Us
Instead of the gilded trapping of the Joel Walker.II DEALERS IN COFFEE, GROCERIES Commencement of the Second Quarter eta Century. would respectful call tho attention of a who are bowie, in every, worthy of the:lie patroaag

: eourt that for a short time had hung in the James D.Morris, II &. SOMETHING VERY FINE. desirous of purchasing cheaply t large a and support. H. ia-pleased to add that be baa;
halls of the Montezumas again thc Mad A.McDonald Madison c.II.B. well selected Stock, consulting in part secured the services Book
; Corner East Bay and Cumberland-Sta. o ,aa keeper ef Mr.J.W.
R. Sessions II The July'!(o. Codey'a I.ady'8 Book. .
Dry Goods, Groceries, QUlDare. LanAi .long and ka 0 Ute
reigned a republican simplicity.It T. M. Anderson IIR. uly8 Charleston S.C tf favorably v Irs-
calm and beautiful in Is published and contains u usual a greater assortment Hats, Caps, Orkl'1aGln. veiling community ef this and the arflacrat State.
was a evening McKinney 'I NEUFFER, IIEXDRIX & Co. of articles fur ladies not only for show but Boots and Shoes, Dng Mec July 8-3n O V.BOMAR.
the ancient city of Aztecs. The gorgeous lIamiltoa 11.J.Stewart Jasper COMMISSION lUERCIIANTS, n!,than can bo found in any other periodical the Iron, Nails,
I cathedral was enveloped in a blaze of light, John Frink, a. for the tale of worlil. 2) Hardware and Cutlery, J Ow Gae Orange SprfngN.

and crowds of the beauty and fashion of the James II. IIendl'1, II Flour, Grain and Produce Generally, The unrivalled Colored Fashions to bo found in Particular attention paid to the Business. East Florida.rpniSBotati .

metropolis were thronging its portal. The Jerry B.Smith julyS Charleston S.C. tfBANCROFT no other rublieation-Froot for a Lad,'.Cabinet- Hay Born, Mess Pr Floor, Bacon, Fish, is now open for the MeepUoii ef In-

solemn voice of the vesper had given place Columbia GeorgeS.llerbert S.Scarborougb.II, A1Jgator. BETTS & I Children I Dresses-The Medora and Zulima Man- 1ola. Sup haad-ta-large qa- J. .valid and UK bsvsBingpe .: -Wodecmit
MARSHALL tIes-Embroidery, with Cord-Insertion for Shirt -
to the merry chimes of rejoicing ; for one Reuben Hogans.II FOREIGN I unnecessary to allude to the snpociacity,the location .
SILKS, AND DOMESTIC Fronts-Embroidery for Shirts-Braid Patterns Produce all kinds purchased.All over other in the
any Penlankv set Ihrare
of the most gallant champions of the republic, W.A.She51eld, IIAlachua STAPLE GOODS, (JooJey's Course of Lessons Drawing-The wild are in\t to call before making purchase mistral qualitieS of this Spring a*,bath are,
A.M.Caste .
and member of the National Assembly,was ; Sewnanl1'nIo.IL II Nos. 209 A 211 King, Corner Market SteeL Flowers of the Month-The Papyrus-The Poignor elsewhere. estabCsaed beyond eaviL The preprietof!Ia eate"

about to be united to one of the fairest ofIcxico'a C.L.Wilson Youngblood, 'IDuval ulyS Ch4rtutcm.S.C. it Basques,Chem lottetlaDd under Sleeves-Bonnet N. B.-A lr IrmenhlNe Goods,such big evety effort to render'his gvecU ewafortaMo

) daughters, and Guadeloupe Victoria Felix Jacksonville. Preserver-Initial Letten--chemut. Basket as KerJs ou auaIonlacavee, little more &iDa,Is rpleta kia.artangtmenta .
Livingston CONDICT JENNINGS & Co. the Centre Table-Coral '
Broidered t
or llankercbief
sad ,
nE RIC' satisfy alL Invalids have
tho of Mexico to 'IS. eaa
George Stone SADLERV, COACII, IIARDW AR ,e. -Braid Pattern-Head Dresses, tc
medical aid, aad.such extra attention their situa--
the brdc.. After the Uriah Dowden a Southern Quarterly Bevlew.rpmS .
imposing ceremony No. 165 Meeting Street A Splendid Line EngraveD NOAH AND THE
LiOn require. Oar own Hacks jill be in attendance.on .
John D. 4 Periodical is the of its class in the
.1 1, was over, the organ pealed out its McKinley, nlyS CharlestonS.C. tf DOVE-Ga1.1&DtrJ-Musio-A Day at the Ship X only one and after tile 20th Nov. oa the arrival of the.Boat .
I solemn anthem. The salute of cannon Nassau James T. O'Nlell W'ooJ tock Yard with Engravings Farm House, Engravings entireregionoftheSonthasaclitgpsgeaarereforred
at Palatka.
to the best evidence ef
shook the Milt. McCARTER & Co. -Life olColumbtu-Godey'.lnnluab1e and Seasonable the ability O
\; the plaza; fortunes of Victoria JulyS
Nassau. C. C.DeMent dealers the South, and its capacity give expression : ProprietotMAGNOLtAnOTJtl.
Receipt&-Confectionary*-Ice Cre.lDlaDd t t
had shed their radiance the
nuptials If the the interests
- upon A.J. Draddoek BOOKS AND STATIONARY Pudding". reeling. intelligence' of .'

of Ortix and kidonu W.K.C. D. IIIggInbOthaZII. v IfSL Cor.Meeting Pinckney-eto. fJfThij No.will be sent on tho receipt 23 cU. Country. Its purpose U 1 fairly re Jacktmtillt Florida
John', Gad Humphreys SLAaItUlWw .nly3 CharleatmS.C. tf TERMS present wlh.and not to misrepresent others.It THB SUBSCRIBER
has jut tcmpleteatthe.
) LAXCTICE or FLOWERS.-Magnolia signifies F. C.1I8111phleyJ II One Copy,one year : .93 aims the truth as we uneru, 0 H'l sJbov .House it the ,
.2 Jacob Micider 4 S. G. COURTENAY and to assert the intellectual : fitting up m nost eornfortobtestyls -
id the language flowers "nature'eI Two Copies,ono 5 or'ou See
ISt.anialaua AN1 year lion while at the sad siR me every exertkmtotlease,
Putnam \Y.W.Tumblin HOOKS, STATIONERY CHEAP same it will free mind of
nobility f1 a pretty compliment to pay some Glinski II PUBLICATIONS. Five Copies one year, and an.extra. copy. to.thopersou.ondlngtheclub onr people from that time literary thraldom and all tat. favor kbm wttks their Mtioaage.XftTftbd .

-, I stately,name or demoiselle,through the medium Nathan Norton nlyS No. 3 Broad Street Charlcston.8 10 and which they have, too long la. &UeDtioD' .pail" .
tf Sight Copies, one year and an extra copy to the depenllder ,
era, bunch of those gorgeous flowers.i 1IarioD JobaNclntoib, Ocale.llvbertBuliock sending the club 15 from all lovers of the A.COT.
If HUGER & M1LLIKEN person South and friends of Corner Ocean aad.3Zoaroe-. <.
Jestamine in the means"to a truly home literature that
f same ,
vocabulary Eleven Copies on year and an extra copy to the ), July a 19S4.CHARLES ., >
I : S. II etveltonII DOMESTIC and FOREIGN PLANTATION support for our Work which will enable to give "if'G4IOd
the initiated "Mr heart joyful; a person send the club.Godey'a U StaLling for Honea.JaeksMvilh .' i.. '
J.H.Vi11iI.. II it a free and thus make it
pretty return to the fair utterer of that bewildering i GOODS. & Lady' Book and Arthur's Homo e. eminently worthy
Levy D.,A.1I0rgan &. No. 42 FAIt of the world's admiration and our own pride. '
*jet!I" so long awaited, to. seem Job B. Hatcher. -. Bay, Charleston ST. Magazine will both be sent ono year for 93 40. C. er. 'DdV ALL.
w o furtet at last. Bobert&tten&o 'I WILLEY BANKS & Co PhUL Office "SO. QUARTERY ," AC' O'w .11042 -

I Peach blotsom' is an outspeaking flower, Aillaboroa 8 DOG'l'urmu' 'Tamja.B.T.Keodrick FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY Malone & Taylor Law Rge, Br.&Charleston, 3. C. Jack8on lle:na t

,. F and Bavcs'a world .bashful hesitation.It .- H.CaIWIgbam : GOODS. CJ ALES In any part of the Cout/ aUtaded to
f U No.41 LUMBER COMMISSION MERCHANT The following resolution was adopted by the O andwspectfBUysoli *eA' '
eays, "You aro my choice and done ffayne t, Charleston S.C. > .
nemanclot JoiephM.Tylor, De Soto. SOCTHEBX COXMEBTUI. CoavxxTios held in
., Philadelphia, Goods eat to the nbtaribe oa oavuaUoa,e dier -
wItb1I' .W.M.Osrrlaos'a AGNEW FISHER HOXIE. Very respectfully solicit consignments of Carl!in April. 1854. for private or auctioa,,dufosal, wUlbe quickly
Carnation variegated tells the as- CharleeMeMlnu, "4LL.elph FACTORS AND COMMISSION MER- SOUTHER LUMBER, pWlfGLEiS fa e That th B1en QU111Y. attended to and amounts speidHjr trn. Tbo
; piringloTer "Yon have friendship, ask II CHANTS.AccomnzoktieaJrha .. published in the Subscriber has been know tai tab essomsjaivy for
Liberal advances mad Refer to
4 f I :"no moro!" Bat to'the'. silent admirer the Monroe, ,JamiD BaWler, Key WnL ,charzeaton&a Eo T. BROCK, Philadelphia, Virginia an4 edited by one of the mostdistinguiab.cal a number of yean a*Avetioaoar asS otarwbo.D .-
Peter Cruo I' literary gentlemen of the South, being the only
;;) rosebud enables tho loved ODe to say,"1"OU RobertClazk,, IfI E.T. RICHARDSON do., Periodical of that character, and published offan noommendatioaa, bat destrea that inquiries
F .." I W. BANCROFT & Co T. BUCKMAN. J acksonrlIle print should be made eooeerateg kJauatfof any
have stolon-ray 5ainel Young. II ; aly8-tf in the Southern States, and al. defend eommerdal boos'al tb*>laeo of bis reiWance.
cy r Hearf*ease:orpanty, (ladle delight,) Orange, ;. 4.geriion8Speer, Enterprise.ArthirGinn NET CASU..JOBBINO HOUSE.' NotIce itd the iua mtererts o ,Suth i Since tk.fire he has boated li*store ea forsytk

; rcntly whisper, "Forget me not: hyacinth -a' . ,ofi53:5jSt.: .undersigned will be absent at the North entitle patronage o the street,oaths bares district where ate Aactk be.

.U, Affection returned f and dahlia bcan- a. ,ElijahWat. II Charleston 8C.: THE the present time until about the 1st of Convention earnestly recommend I ppe. siaess,also at present conducted. aadwkfreH

.UMwnZesIon-excIaims,5Foreyerthine; !" Sinister, W. C. William Adamnille. JOB WORK, October next when they will re-open a stock of ravrble consideration. keen, oa band'oa the most reasoBablo terms, ,
D.G.LOe. 'IB. Goods for this market In the meantime their For Rent. "FAMILY GROCERIES AND PHOTISIO
deal of this Ian
yWe" know a good moro OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
.n. Creo mmen will tl i IS the hands of Rodney Doman, DWELLING JioUM en Dnval Street. laqurrief For Caskond Country Product.ul. .
h tI' ; but mrs r .Jtlh the fret Imon.. ? f IrIoflJhfl'a Neatly Executed at }hifO.mtt. E'1' DtOODGWD Ot.'ei A F: c. BABBITT- jail 8-tf cALe5 'gwLU,

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